Take 5 with a NELA Fellow – Bethany Housman

The Nonprofit Executive Leadership Academy Program is a year-long leadership program for female nonprofit executives that includes networking with other nonprofit professionals, access to training and professional development on executive skills in social change leadership, and a chance to receive strategic support and coaching. This Take 5 series will allow us to get a closer look […]

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Social Change Careers Speaker Series – Stefanie Weiss

Stefanie Weiss VP Communications and Knowledge Management - America's Promise Alliance Social Change Careers Speaker February 2016 Leading in nonprofit communications and advocacy journalism Stefanie Weiss became vice president of communications and knowledge management at America’s Promise in the spring of 2015. She now oversees all internal and external communications for America’s Promise including publications, […]

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Social Change Careers Speaker Series – Trish Tchume

December 10, 2015 - 4pm Eastern After almost eight years of engaging with the network as a volunteer, Trish Tchume is proud to be serving as the first-ever Director of YNPN National. Prior to becoming Director of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN) in 2011, Trish served as Director of Civic Engagement for the Building […]

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Pro Bono Nonprofit Capacity Building

Receive free projects and capacity building services from the SISGI Group The SISGI Group consultants donate their time to lead groups of trained interns from our ISC Internship Program in leading capacity building projects with nonprofit partners. Nonprofit partners have a need for capacity building for their program or organization but limited human resources to […]

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Nonprofits Should be in the Business of Going Out of Business

Our organization believes in the power of social change organizations and especially in building the capacity of the social sector to take on the greatest challenges facing the world. However, there is so much competition and ineffective strategies muddying the waters of social change that good strategies are unable to rise to the surface. SISGI […]

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